About the Duke Ellington Society - photo: Rutgers Institute of Jazz Studies
About the Duke Ellington Society
The Duke Ellington Society -
TDES, Inc. - celebrates the music of Duke Ellington and of his collaborator, Billy Strayhorn.
This nonprofit 501C3 organization meets at Saint Peter's Church, 54th Street and Lexington Avenue in New York City.
About the Duke Ellington Society

           THURSDAY 
JAN 
21
7:30 PM
SAINT PETER'S CHURCH 
619 Lexington & 54th St New York, NY 




Tad Hershorn on the relationship between Duke Ellington and Norman Granz,1942–1973

Tad Hershorn, an archivist at the Institute of Jazz Studies (IJS) on the Rutgers University–Newark campus since 1999, began photographing nationally and internationally respected jazz musicians in his hometown of Dallas, beginning in 1969. He worked as a reporter, editor, and photographer at small town Texas weeklies and semi-weeklies between 1974 and 1991, before returning to school to complete an undergraduate degree as well as master’s degrees in history and library science.

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